Blossom Women's Residence Hall
Blossom Hall (BH) houses upperclassmen women who reside in suites where two double rooms are joined by a shared bathroom. Rooms are carpeted, air conditioned, equipped with loftable furniture and wireless internet. Study rooms and lounges are located on each floor. Laundry machines are free to residents in each building.
Programs in Blossom
World Issue Awareness Week: This is a week where Blossom Hall sponsors an event that promotes awareness about issues. In the past, we have focused on issues such as poverty, hunger, and illiteracy both locally in the Canton area as well as worldwide. Our hope is for campus as a whole to look beyond our walls and get involved with some of these topics in an hands-on, engaging way.
Blossom Hall Thanksgiving Dinner: Every year, Blossom Hall has a special Thanksgiving dinner where every student gets to contribute a dish and is provided with a bountiful amount of yummy food. It is a great time to get together as a hall, share a meal, and celebrate the things we have to be thankful for in our lives.
Kick off cook out: At the beginning of each year, we have a dorm wide cookout where we have a sidewalk chalk competition, an egg toss and a lot of great food right off the grill! It is fun to connect with old friends and start off the year right by making some new ones!
Meet the Staff
"I am originally from Wisconsin (a true cheesehead!) and come from a family of 6. I recieved my masters in Higher Education from Geneva and attended Moody Bible Institute as an undergrad and spent two of those years as a Resident Assistant. It was during those years that I grew a true heart for community living and student development. It was that passion which drove me to enter the field of Residence Life six years ago and I have loved every moment of it! I absolutely love living in the Residence Hall, brushing shoulders with students and getting a chance to be involved with their lives. I love the late night talks, the spontaneous late night pie runs, and the depth of growth that comes in living life together. Beyond students, one of my greatest passions is travel. I have been to 37 countries and am always planning my next trip! One of my favorite things to do is take students with me overseas as we engage with a new culture and learn together what it means to be global citizens. When I'm not jet setting, I am a big fan of sharing a meal with friends, getting outdoors and enjoying nature, and improving my Battleship skills." -Stacy Utecht
Hannah Morgan - 1 North (New Student Floor)
Julia Barber- 1 South (New Student Floor)
Esther King - 2 North
Mariah Husted- 2 South
Leah Webb - 3 North
Emily Mills - 3 South
Blossom Floor Plan